Yes, we can help you get unemployment if you quit.
By default and barring any other circumstances, if you quit you will be denied unemployment. Fortunately, KM&A specializes in preparing your case so you can get unemployment if you quit.
There are two categories of people asking “can you get unemployment if you quit?” The first are people thinking about quitting or retiring and want to make sure they don’t waste their chance to receive unemployment. The second are those who already quit. Either way, both need to contact good unemployment lawyers, like us. Why? Because quit cases revolve around subtle and nuanced points of law, interpreted by case law, and supported by calculated testimony. Please take to heart that a single miss statement can result in stepping legal territory that will deny you.
Preparing To Get Unemployment If You Quit
If you have not quit yet, with our help you can probably get unemployment if you quit. If you are thinking about quitting, then you need to prepare very thoroughly. This includes “saying” the right thing to employer. By saying, we mean creating a documentary record. Remember, the party with the best evidence tends to prevail at these proceedings.
Already Quit? Get Unemployment If You Quit
So you already quit and now realize the uphill battle you face. You might have initially been denied or you are heading to a hearing soon. Now what? First off, don’t panic. We deal with clients like this on a daily basis. Second, you need to have a consultation so we can identify your “good” reason. We can tell in about 15 minutes whether your case is worth pursuing. Trust us, you don’t want to fight a voluntary quit case on your own.
Call KM&A at (412) 626-5626 or email us at email@example.com
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To begin your application, visit the website of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to find out more and to file an initial claim form.
Unemployment If You Quit